FOODIES AND CULINARIANS tend to regard the humble shrimp as a plentiful and somewhat adaptable ingredients (as long as they are not overcooked or left out at room temperature…). But those innocuous invertebrates that star in those scampi dinners and popcorn shrimp chowdowns have some super cousins that never see the inside of a foodservice (or probably any other) kitchen. Here are a few… The Pistol Shrimp has a huge claw that it can close with such force that it produces ...

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